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Blind people do not use the internet. How could they, they cannot see the screen.

Blind people do not use the internet. How could they, they cannot see the screen.

It started with a conversation I was having a chat with a very nice lady last week. We had met at an online networking event and were having a follow-up chat over Zoom. She had been struck by some of the things I had been saying and it had got... read more »

Here is one easy way to resolve your website accessibility issues!

Here is one easy way to resolve your website accessibility issues!

I am delighted to announce that today is the day that Run Your Own Website Version 2 is officially launched! What is it? Run Your Own Website is all the knowledge we have gained from the last 15 years of creating beautiful, accessible websites, distilled into one amazing product! Whether you... read more »

Website accessibility: what is it and why is it important?

Website accessibility: what is it and why is it important?

It’s time to make sure your website is accessible to all demographics. Find out what that means and why it’s important below. A well-designed website can be appealing to the masses, but companies can often miss an important part of their demographic – people with disabilities. A website could have... read more »

Language is important

Language is important

Think about the words For some years I was a lecturer at a college. When you are in a position of authority, the words you use can have a lasting impact.  As you get to know your students, their backgrounds and their own challenges, you can modify your language, the... read more »

Click Here… Click There… Click… Where????

Click Here… Click There… Click… Where????

The answer to these questions may seem obvious Would you invite someone sitting in a wheelchair to stand? Would you offer to shake hands with someone who does not have the use of their arms. Would you cover your mouth when speaking to someone who was deaf so they could... read more »

Your website and accessibility. All you need to know in one video!

Do you have a website? If you do and you are in the UK, your website falls under the Equality Act. If it is not accessible for visitors with disabilities, you are at risk from litigation. However, this is avoidable without... read more »

Understanding Website Accessibility, the easy way

Understanding Website Accessibility, the easy way

A simple way of explaining a complex issue Website accessibility, although a complex subject, is of fundamental importance because it relates directly to the experience of all visitors to the website. The reason I say all visitors is because, when thought is given to the accommodation of the needs of... read more »

Mr Search and Mr Access – online, this Friday at 4N Chichester, 10am!

Mr Search and Mr Access – online, this Friday at 4N Chichester, 10am!

What is this about? It is my latest 4Sight, if you have a website, you should come. Why? If your website can be accessed by a member of the public, it falls under the Equality Act. Why is this important? If your website is inaccessible to disabled people, they cannot buy from you. This... read more »

The Access by Audit website is now launched!

The Access by Audit website is now launched!

After our press release last week, announcing the launch of Access by Audit, we have been putting the new website through the final stages and development and it is now live! There is a wealth of information about website accessibility and we would invite you to have a look.... read more »

An inclusive approach

An inclusive approach

I had a wonderful conversation with a lady who runs an organisation that is focused on inclusivity, particularly with regard to working with employers, helping them to achieve an inclusive workplace. Ensuring that all the employees are treated equally, regardless of race, gender, religion or disability is crucial. It... read more »